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Ramdev I have started unixadminschool.com ( aka gurkulindia.com) in 2009 as my own personal reference blog, and later sometime i have realized that my leanings might be helpful for other unixadmins if I manage my knowledge-base in more user friendly format. And the result is today's' unixadminschool.com. Click on below web link to connect me at linkedin.

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Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part7

All Posts in this Series Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part1 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part2 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part3 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part4 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part5 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part6 Just...
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Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part6

All Posts in this Series Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part1 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part2 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part3 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part4 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part5 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part6 Just...
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Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part5

All Posts in this Series Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part1 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part2 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part3 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part4 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part5 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part6 Just...
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Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part4

All Posts in this Series Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part1 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part2 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part3 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part4 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part5 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part6 Just...
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Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part3

All Posts in this Series Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part1 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part2 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part3 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part4 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part5 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part6 Just...
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Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part2

All Posts in this Series Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part1 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part2 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part3 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part4 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part5 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part6 Just...
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Just enough git for Puppet automation – Part1

All Posts in this Series Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part1 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part2 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part3 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part4 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part5 Just enough GiT for Puppet Automation – Part6 Just...
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7 Coolest Automation things you can do with Python [ Video Post ]


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How to deal with Linux Performance Issues (Video)

 Click here to Subscribe Our Videos on YouTube upcoming DevOPs/Techops Service Workshops: Workshop Page : Devops Series – Puppet automation workshop for unix & linux professionals Fees in USD : Early Bird Fees USD 139 ( Original Fees USD 169)  – SBI Payment Gateway Link    and Payment Instructions Fees in INR :  Early Bird...
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Evolution of System administration to TechOps/DevOps Culture

Wanna  upgrade your self into next generation system admin? We offer two options for you. Option1 :  Signup For our Free Email crash course –   “Free Email Crash Course – Getting Started with Puppet in 7 Days” – Option 2:  Join our Weekend PAID Workshop “Automation with Puppet Workshop for unix and Linux professionals“....
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DevOps Series – Automation with puppet – Part7

Puppet Hardware Requirements Puppet client is very lightweight and can be installed on most systems. Puppet server, on the other hand, is heavyweight and has restrictions on the hardware on which it can run effectively. The minimum requirement as of this writing is a dual-core processor with 1GB RAM. Realistically, this will not be...
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DevOps Series – Automation with Puppet – Part6

Best Practices to write puppet code – Puppet Style Guide The Puppet style guide is a list of best practices when writing Puppet code. There are more than a dozen recommended guidelines, and I list some of them here. The rest are available for your reading pleasure at the sites mentioned at the end...
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DevOps Series – Automation with Puppet – Part5

Understanding Puppet Modules Modules are directories that contain configuration information. Modules have predefined structures. An example module is openssh, which not only installs OpenSSH on a client, but also configures it. Modules can be shared easily with others. Numerous modules are available on Puppet Forge (https://forge.puppetlabs.com/). Before creating your own module, check to see...
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DevOps Series – Automation with puppet – Part4

Understatanding Puppet Manifests Puppet instructions or programs are called manifests. Manifests are generally stored in files with the .pp extension. We learned about resources earlier and manifests are actions with resources. Below code shows a manifest that can be used to add a file to a system with Puppet. When a manifest contains a resource,...
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Automation with Puppet – Live WebEX Workshop – DevOps Series

What is Puppet ? Puppet is very powerful configuration management software. Using it can make your life a lot easier if you manage hundreds of  systems. The end user community is very active in Puppet. Every year there is PuppetConf, which hosts training and other sessions of interest. After you start using Puppet and become...
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DevOps Series – Automation with Puppet – Part3

Puppet – Commercial Versus Open Source Puppet has an enterprise version that costs money, and a free version. A few differences between them are outlined in below table Feature Open source Enterprise Puppet Console graphical user interface No Yes Puppet?supported modules No Yes Role-based access control No Yes Commercial technical support No Yes VMware...
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DevOps Series – Automation with Puppet – Part2

What Is Configuration Management? Configuration management is a broad term, that relates to products and software. In the information technology/ operations world, configuration management can imply OS configuration, application management and deployment, and product management. Configuration management can be defined as the process that maintains consistency across the design, development, deployment and maintainance of...
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Devops series – Automation with Puppet – Part1

 Overview If you are managing more than a dozen Linux systems, configuration management is a must. Without configuration management, updating system configuration files and deploying applications can become very challenging. This crash course is about using Puppet configuration management software to deploy and support Linux systems in an enterprise. How are we managing our Infrastructure...
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Bash Scripting – Suppressing Script Command Outputs

Sometimes, you may not want to display any output from your script. This often occurs if you’re running a script as a background process. If any error messages occur from the script while it’s running in the background, the shell e-mails them to the owner of the process. This can get tedious, especially if you...
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Bash Scripting – Redirecting Input in Scripts

You can use the same technique used to redirect STDOUT and STDERR in your scripts to redirect STDIN from the keyboard. The execcommand allows you to redirect STDIN from a file on the Linux system: exec 0< testfile This command informs the shell that it should retrieve input from the file testfile instead of...
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